The Word is:”high”

high

/hʌɪ/

adjective

adjective: high; comparative adjective: higher; superlative adjective: highest
1.of great vertical extent.

“the top of a high mountain”
synonyms: tall, lofty, towering, soaring, elevated, giant, big; More
antonyms: short

  • (after a measurement and in questions) measuring a specified distance from top to bottom.
    “a tree forty feet high”
  • far above ground, sea level, or another point of reference.
    “a palace high up on a hill”
  • extending above the normal level.
    “a round face with a high forehead”
  • (of an area) inland and well above sea level.
    “high prairies”
  • performed at, to, or from a considerable height.
    “high diving”
  • (of latitude) close to 90°; near the North or South Pole.
    “high southern latitudes”
  • 2.great, or greater than normal, in quantity, size, or intensity.

    “a high temperature”
    synonyms: inflated, excessive, unreasonable, overpriced, sky-high, unduly expensive, dear, costly, top, exorbitant, extortionate, outrageous, prohibitive; More
    antonyms: reasonable, light, calm

  • of large numerical or monetary value.
    “they had been playing for high stakes”
  • very favourable.
    “she had no very high opinion of men”
    synonyms: favourable, good, positive, approving, admiring, complimentary, commendatory, appreciative, flattering, glowing, adulatory, approbatory, rapturous, full of praise; More
    antonyms: unfavourable
    extreme in religious or political views.
    “a man of high Tory opinions”
  • (of a period or movement) at its peak.
    “high summer”
  • noun

    noun: high; plural noun: highs

    1.a high point, level, or figure.
    “commodity prices were at a rare high”
    synonyms: high level, high point, record level, peak, record, high water mark; More
    antonyms: low
    a high-frequency sound or musical note.
    “piercing highs and subterranean lows”
    a high power setting.
    “the vent blower was on high”
    an area of high barometric pressure; an anticyclone.
    2.a notably happy or successful moment.
    “the highs and lows of life”
    informal
    a state of high spirits or euphoria.
    “if the stable is doing well then everybody’s on a high”
    synonyms: ecstatic, euphoric, delirious, elated, thrilled, overjoyed, beside oneself, walking on air, on cloud nine/seven, in seventh heaven, jumping for joy, in transports of delight, carried away, transported, rapturous, in raptures, exultant, jubilant, in a frenzy of delight; More
    antonyms: depressed
    3.NORTH AMERICANinformal
    high school.
    “I go to junior high”

    adverb

    adverb: high; comparative adverb: higher; superlative adverb: highest

    1.at or to a considerable or specified height.
    “the sculpture stood about five feet high”
    synonyms: at great height, high up, far up, way up, at altitude; More
    antonyms: low
    2.highly.
    “he ranked high among the pioneers of chemical technology”
    at a high price.
    “buying shares low and selling them high”
    3.(of a sound) at or to a high pitch.
    “my voice went high with excitement”

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